Tag Archive for "Pat Toomey"March 7, 2013
I’m having trouble believing that there’s even a debate about whether the President of the United States, any President of the United States, has the Constitutional authority to order the assassination by drone of an American citizen on US soil who poses no imminent national security threat without first providing that citizen due process in a court of law.
Republican Pat Toomey has defeated Democratic Socialist candidate Joe Sestak, winning the race to replace Arlen Specter as a US Senator from Pennsylvania.
When you’re a pollster, what matters is your final prediction before the election. That’s why, after last week’s attempt by Democrat-connected and sympathetic polling firms to create momentum for Democrats by manipulating the data to show them closing in on their Republican opponents, the polls this week are going to begin showing the actual state of the race.
An analysis at political site Real Clear Politics expands on a point I made several days ago; pollsters are mistakenly using the sky-high Democrat turnout from the 2008 election rather than historical norms to model turnout this year, causing many races to seem closer than they are.
A newly released Quinnipiac University poll confirms that the Pennsylvania US Senate Race between Republican Pat Toomey and Democratic Socialist candidate Joe Sestak has tightened, but finds Toomey slightly ahead where two earlier polls found him trailing slightly.
It’s not time to panic or anything, but two polls in the last two days show Republican Pat Toomey suddenly trailing Democratic Socialist candidate Joe Sestak in the race to be Pennsylvania’s next Senator.
Democratic Socialist Pennsylvania Senatorial candidate Joe Sestak can’t break the 50% support level against Republican opponent Pat Toomey in the Congressional district he’s been representing for the past four years.
A recently released video appears to show frustrated supporters of Democratic Socialist Pennsylvania Senatorial candidate Joe Sestak harassing and eventually assaulting a cameraman who was attempting to film a Sestak rally in Pittsburgh last weekend. Continue Reading “Cameraman Possibly Assaulted At Sestak Rally” »
A Marist poll commissioned by left-wing news outlet McClatchy shows a Republican sweep brewing here in Pennsylvania.